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Old 21st March 2017, 5:32 PM   #31
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Hey dude, looooooong time no see! Still modding out of the garage out there? Been to your place a few times many moons ago.

Not sure why I'm upsetting you with the choice of board I sent Drew but these are very capable , high end boards we just release .
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Old 21st March 2017, 5:56 PM   #32
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Hey dude, looooooong time no see! Still modding out of the garage out there? Been to your place a few times many moons ago.

Not sure why I'm upsetting you with the choice of board I sent Drew but these are very capable , high end boards we just release .

The boards fantastic! and it's great that you get a plug for it...
and it's great to see you supporting the modding scene

but 2 plugs in one thread? and tagged on like it's some sort of update c'mon.

Sooo much plugging and sooooo little actual modding.

really disappointed.


But i'll be the first one to post praise again with the next update.
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Old 21st March 2017, 6:12 PM   #33
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The boards fantastic! and it's great that you get a plug for it...
and it's great to see you supporting the modding scene

but 2 plugs in one thread? and tagged on like it's some sort of update c'mon.

Sooo much plugging and sooooo little actual modding.

really disappointed.


But i'll be the first one to post praise again with the next update.
Currently I'm waiting on an air compressor and some grills for the case that have been made. Everything that I can get done so far has been done.
Update was for sponsors there all apart of this and I'm going to be transparent with who I am working with on this build. E.g. logging the complete build with all the contents.
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Old 21st March 2017, 6:52 PM   #34
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Old 21st March 2017, 9:37 PM   #35
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its not auto body filler bog with PVC pipes sanded by hand and given a smick paint job

is that how i should read it ?
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Old 22nd March 2017, 4:20 PM   #36
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as an exampke guppies like a bit of salt)
No more like this
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Currently I'm waiting on an air compressor and some grills for the case that have been made. Everything that I can get done so far has been done.
Update was for sponsors there all apart of this and I'm going to be transparent with who I am working with on this build. E.g. logging the complete build with all the contents.



Hope to see some updates soon.

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If you a local sydney boy and need the use of a workshop full of tools including compressors shoot me a PM. I'd be more then happy to lend
the space and spare you some of my time.
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hehehe

i agree with your sentiment. it came across a bit harsh, but i know your heart is in the right spot
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Sorry I have been AFK lately other things have come up, but I think I can get back on track once again!

Photos of the boxing of the component tray in the desk as well as some testing done with some LEDs!

Any critisim is welcome





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maybe build a template/jig for all your little drill holes. the fact they're not all consistent drew my eye instantly.

maybe they won't be so noticeable with wires running through them.
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maybe build a template/jig for all your little drill holes. the fact they're not all consistent drew my eye instantly.

maybe they won't be so noticeable with wires running through them.
Will look worse imo when you run wires.

Looks really half assed like you have kinda just given up,


Try this,

When i have to do mods with multiple holes (some times up to 500) for tail light mods.

The best jig is some pre-drilled pcb. Very cheap from Jaycar.





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I have a plan to make it look nice so it will looks a lot nicer
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